We understand going through the immigration process can be a scary and lengthy process. We are committed to ensuring our clinical evaluation is an easy addition to ensure you meet the requirements provided to you by your legal representative or the United States Citizenship and Immigration Agency.
We provide a thorough clinical psychosocial evaluation to individuals and their qualifying relatives undergoing the immigration processes. The purpose of a clinical psychosocial evaluation is to identify areas in the individual’s life that may be extremely affected. In addition, the evaluation will allow the clinician to make clinical recommendations specific to your case.
The clinical psychosocial evaluation is an additional document provided to support your current immigration application. It includes a detailed interview surrounding all areas of your life including but not limited to: Family, Medical, Mental Health, Legal, Financial, Educational, and Occupational history.
A clinical evaluation interview is usually completed in around two hours. Moreover, a multitude of factors will determine the entire time needed to complete the evaluation and time can be adjusted to allow for a thorough interview process.
The cost of the psychosocial evaluation is determined upon a myriad of factors including but not limited to: the complexities of the case, the number of qualifying family members participating in the evaluation, and if the document needs to be expedited.
Hardship Waivers (I-601 and I-601A)
Cancellation of Removal
VAWA and Spousal Abuse
Asylum, Withholding of Removal, and Convention Against Torture